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Leisure-net appoints new Business Development Director

Leisure-net has appointed Julie Allen to the new role of Business Development Director to help drive the company’s growth with client-focused solutions and services. Julie has worked in the health and fitness industry for 17 years, most recently as Customer Engagement Coach at TRP (The Retention People), where she spent seven years. Before that, Julie … Read more

Walking for #MND

A team of intrepid walkers (David Monkhouse, Mike Hill, Lisa Forsyth, Kirsty Winders, Claire Elkin & Lee, Kirsty’s husband) combined a team from Leisure-net Solutions and a company we work very closely with, Max Associates, and took part in the the first half of the Cotswold Ultra Challenge on the 25th June to raise money … Read more

Leisure-net research shows customers are eager to return immediately when facilities reopen

A repeat of Leisure-net’s Post Lockdown Recovery Survey reveals consumer confidence about returning to facilities is extremely high, with well over three quarters (76.34%) of members questioned saying they will return immediately when the doors to their health club or leisure centre are open. The new research, sponsored by Active IQ, followed the lines of … Read more

Leisure-net to repeat its lockdown survey

Lockdown 2.0 brings our second post lockdown recovery survey! Sponsored by Active IQ, we are running our survey again to track the changes and developments that have occurred since the first nation wide lockdown which resulted in the closure of our gyms, clubs and leisure centres. It is FREE to take part and you will … Read more

How will we recover post-lockdown?

Our research has contributed to a new report which has revealed the likely timescales and shape of the UK fitness market’s recovery from the COVID-19 lockdown. To read more about the health of our sector moving forward, click here to visit the article.

The Lay of the Land

Our recent research into industry confidence following the COVID-19 pandemic, has been featured within the Sept issue of Health Cub Management. You can download the article to read all about it below. The full issue is available here.

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